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FAR FROM REFUGE

God Is An Astronaut

 

Post Rock/Math rock

3.95 | 58 ratings

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Prog-jester
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3 stars There are bands that play good music but it’s hardly moving. I mean it may sound too sterile or too predictable. These words are frequently used when it comes to most of Post-Rock, and I’m afraid, I can use them towards GIAA as well. Don’t get me wrong, they’re flawless, but too flawless for me. They didn’t get me emotionally, though I enjoy some stuff from this particular album (and some others). Hard to tell you which tracks exactly – you’d be a die-hard GIAA fan to learn all their tracks’ titles and to learn how to tell them one from another (just joking here ;) ). Good instrumental Indie, with some electronics, well-written melodic lines and atmospheric bits. This is where it comes to personal likings: I won’t recommend them to a Post-Rock newbie, while others may find them to be the only listenable Post-Rock band. Worth checking to say the least!
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